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1961 1962 Cadillac 2 Door Coupe Rear Window Regulator (right Or Left) on 2040-parts.com

US $59.99
Location:

Saugus, Massachusetts, United States

Saugus, Massachusetts, United States
Very good condition. Motor and teeth are good.
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Rear Manufacturer Part Number:4807782 Brand:GM

1961 1962 Cadillac 2 Door Coupe Rear Window Regulator (RIGHT or LEFT). I am showing the right in the picture but also have the left that is in the same good condition. Let me know which you need. Need other parts listed try 781 820 5690 text of direct in USA.

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